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Poem writing that is imaginative and condensed by using words chosen for their sound and meaning, with phrases that may have a certain pattern made with rhythm or rhyme.
Limerick a humorous poem that is five lines long. usually the first, second, and last lines have the same rhyme. the third and fourth lines rhyme with each other.
Rhyme words at the end of a line of a poem that sound alike.
Rhythm a pattern created with long and short, weak and strong sounds
Meter a rhythmic pattern in a poem.
Verse a line of a poem, or group of lines within a long poem.
Couplet two lines of a poem together, with the same rhythm and same rhyme at the end.
Stanza a part of a poem with similar rhythm and rhyme that will reapeat later in the poem.
Sonnet a 14-line poem that begins with eight lines and is followed by six lines.
Poet a writer of poems-you!
Created by: Ferrari 11